Monday, August 31, 2015

JOEY GUIDONE ILLUSTRATION: CQ 41

Joey Guidone’s illustration, “Summer Concert” was named a runner up in the Creative Quarterly 41st annual competition.

JAMES FRYER ILLUSTRATION: BALANCING ACT

James Fryer’s illustration for the “House & Home” section of the Financial Times accompanied an article on the London housing market’s upward surge over the last 5 years. People who own £5million plus houses are faced with balancing certain growth in the value of their homes with a possible huge mansion tax.

PETER HORJUS: PRINT MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATOR OF THE WEEK

Peter Horjus is featured as “Illustrator of the Week” in the Design Inspiration blog on the homepage of Print Magazine.

YANIV SIMONY ILLUSTRATION: TOO MUCH INFORMATION

Yaniv Shimony’s cover illustration for ACC Docket magazine accompanies a feature exploring how big data is changing legal and commercial risk management. Yaniv’s waterfall of data overwhelms the tiny cup, representing insufficient management resources.

RAUL ALLEN ILLUSTRATION: NY TIMES BOOK REVIEW

Raul Allen illustrated a review of Jonathan Franzen’s new book, “Purity,” for the Sunday New York Times.

ELVIS SWIFT ILLUSTRATION: HOOKED ON MUSIC

Elvis Swift’s ebullient illustration for The New York Times “Summer of Science” feature brings to mind the classic work of Saul Steinberg.

Friday, August 28, 2015

Stuart Briers Illustration: Knives in the Neck

Stuart Briers’ striking illustration for Discover magazine accompanied an article on how the medical use of marijuana might help people manage physical conditions, rather than psychological ones.



Paul Garland Illustration: Baby Blues



Paul Garland’s illustration for CURRENTS Magazine accompanied an article on student parents who, without affordable child care, simply won’t complete their degree.

John Tomac Illustration: Ten Years After

John Tomac’s recent illustration assignments have dealt with the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. For Grantland, a piece about the “The Green Wave, Tulane University’s football team, which had high hopes heading into the 2005 season, but before their first game found themselves dealing with a lot more than sports:

Ryan Snook Illustration: Apocalypse? No.


Ryan Snook’s illustration for Indianapolis Monthly accompanies an article observing that two men getting married does not, in fact, wake the seven-headed beast of the apocalypse.